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today. we have clouds this morning and now we see sunshine in parts of eastern iowa. we are going to start to warm up as well. we've had fog and cloud cover. now we're seeing the end of the clouds near cedar rapids and monticello in dubuque. we will see sunshine areawide throughout the rest of the this afternoon and evening. temperatures warming up in the 70s areawide. we have seen 76 in waterloo and 74 in cedar rapids and 78 in iowa city. temperatures continue to climb up to area -- upper 80s. close to 80 for the to the south.
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less humid but it won't be completely comfortable. just slightly dryer air that will be in place for now and yes that means the humidity is going to go right back up. i will let you know how long the humidity will be with us and when you need the umbrella's coming up in a few minutes. kelly? >>reporter: -- one-person dead and another injured at alpine high school in western texas about 200 officials say the shooter, a student died of self inflicted gunshot wounds. the person who was injured was transferred to a local hospital. no word on his or her condition. there are no other suspects in the shooting. a police officer was accidentally shot by a marshall as officers responded. the officers condition is not known at this time. a former substitute teacher now says she is not guilty of
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marybeth haglund entered not guilty wednesday but during interviews haglund admitted to sexual contact with the student. she is charged with sexual -- exploitation by school employee. the school tried to cover up the controversy. longtime washington principal and activities director resigned from their positions, along with district human resources officer this week. district leaders completed their investigation and they say school district procedures were not followed. haglund will face a judge in november. family and friends of the cedar rapids teenager gunned down 1 year ago gathered again. 1 year ago 15-year-old aaron richardson was found bleeding on 16th street southeast. manslaughter.he is now being held in juvenile detention.
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many shootings last year in cedar rapids.and now - one year later - the community is calling for change. change.last night, dozens of richardson's family and friends met at his gravesite to celebrate his life and reflect--- on the past year without him.richardson's mom says there have been ups and downs for her and her family. ultimately, she hopes her son's death was not in vain. "it's going to take a community, everybody as a whole to change. it's not going to take just one person or one person saying something, we all have to do soi rapids police department responded to six far this year, there have been three homicides and one involuntary manslaughter charge. when the twin towers came down homicides and one involuntary manslaughter charge. when the 10 -- twin towers came down on the september 11, 2001, artists who worked in studios used there paintbrushes to record what they saw.
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watched the powers collapse. he painted, sketched and photographed the events that went on that they and eventually they became a series. dust and debris that came into his studio was rubbed into the artwork. >> it allowed me to have a physical connection to the loss that was suffered here by putting my hands in that post and rubbing it into the paper. another ti paintbrush to channel the pain into art. now 15 years later stone and other artists are getting together to show their work at the national september 11th memorial and museum. stone works out my new studio. interval 2016 coverage today the democratic and republican candidates -- are back on the campaign trail. they
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commander-in-chief forum. clinton admits having a personal e-mail account as secretary of state was a mistake, but defense how she handled the secret information. at the forum trump appeared separately. he praised vladimir "just listen to what he says and follow up and ask questions about what appears to be either contradictorya& or just outright wacky ideas." our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to the candidates to participate in extended interviews not only with our station but our sister stations across the coun. country.we want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. please share your thoughts with us by email or facebook. it's been fifty years since star trek hit airwaves drawing millions of fans and now there is even a star trek stamp. cbs 2 news reporter stephanie
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fans will celebrate this weeken. weekend.stephanie? stephanie? stephanie? >>reporter: hey, kelly. fans will come out to the riverside history center here in riverside. this is michael. he is the secretary here. michael, how are you today? >> good. >> how do you feel about this? >> i think it is a great to acknowledge 50 years with the track for stamp for everyone to use. it is a wonderful idea. i am glad someone had the intelligence to come up with it a lot sooner. we probably could have sold a heck of a lot more of them in the past. their beautiful stamps and they are well done. we would like a few more. different series which maybe later on they will. it would be neat. >> what do have planned for
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>> we will beep beep -- between city hall and the post office this saturday between 9:00 -- we will be between city hall and the post office and we will celebrate the launching of the stamps here. we will have some display booths and people can come up and shop and purchase some items that we have here for sale elsewhere in our museum. >> what attracted you initially? >> i was like collectibles. there is going to be an auction. a sealed auction in these proceeds will be going to our statue fund for our life-sized bronze statue, captain james t kirk. >> that sounds really, really cool.
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collection. back to you, kelly. thank you, stephanie. this might sound like a story out of "star trek". i assure you a million-dollar -- a billion- dollar mission to chase down and asteroid. they are launching this technology to travel to and asteroid and bring back samples to earth. it will be the first nasa mission to retrieve a sample and bring it back. scientists say the asteroid could hold the key to the solar the surface of the asteroid before grabbing a sample. "we will go down for a 5- second contact, grab that material bring it back another 2 and a half year cruise back h" home."the entire mission is expected to take seven years if it's successful.launch time is scheduled for seven oh five
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coming up on the cbs 2 news at noon, the 6 month old baby who knows how to water ski! ski! gallagher: this type of disaster hits, it's like, "man, what do we do? where do we start?" after the flood, when we came in here, there was nothing left. there's no way we're gonna do this ourselves. people like monica vernon really fought
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there is a true community spirit. i don't think she asked anybody after the flood whether they were democrat or republican. she took the bull by the horns, saw a problem that needed to be solved, and she solved it.
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parents love baby pictures and brag about welcome back. parents love to show off baby pitchers when family is up in the game with their waterskiing baby. -- show off baby photos -- circa has this amazing story. >> meet all burnt. he is six months and 10 days old.
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youngest will scare -- meet all burnt. -- meet auburn. [ music ] the ages keep getting younger and younger. some parents are delighted. [ music ] while others are claiming it is abuse. [ music ] you can vote by going to our website click on circa and take the poll. we are throwing it over to rebecca now with our your weather first forecast. >> we have nicer weather for the day today but last night we had rainfall that moved through and dropped about 2-4 inches of rain areawide along the highway
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in cedar rapids some areas saw up to three inches, dubuque saw about two inches at the airport and now we are dry. some of us are saying sunshine now. the clouds are starting to clear the sounds -- southeastern edge of eastern iowa. everyone will see the sun and it will be a nice day compared to the last few days we've had a lot of humidity and rainfall. and heavy rain at temperatures climbing out of the 70s and we get close to 80 degrees. 75 and oelwein, 73 and decorah and now that the sun shining we see the temperatures continue to warm-up. we have high temperatures climbing close to 80 degrees areawide. it will be slightly less humid than it was the last couple of days but it will be completely
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out there today. a cold front pushes to the south and east taking the rain with it. another cold front moving on to -- moving on through tomorrow leading to muggy conditions and showers and storms. today we see sunshine. later tonight a few clouds build and in the morning we could see a couple of showers developed in the northwest in the morning hours. the chances are rather low picked the better will come friday afternoon. you have to make sure you have th of scattered showers and thunderstorms moving through the area. not as widespread as the last two days. we have activities continuing through the evening. we have to keep an eye on especially for parts of friday night for friday night football. but as we head into saturday we are going to see some dryer air move right on in. for the football game we have some really good looking weather and really nice fall football
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the stadium. kick off at 6:30 and about 66 degrees with a sunny cool and comfortable for the game. you might even need a jacket by the end of it because of how cool it's going to get saturday night. as we head into the weekend we can see nice conditions. but i want them ugliness to get through. rain chances rising to the day tomorrow. -- but we still have them ugliness to get muggy nets -- temperatures on sunday and 80 degrees once again and rain chances come back tuesday of next week. still ahead, the new twist on the summertime treat and how it ice cream maker got alcohol
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two favorite summer treats are now welcome back. i summertime treat with the new twist ice cream and alcohol. getting the alcohol to freeze posed a challenge. we ours -- we will see how it is
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>>reporter: before she could hand out samples of her tipsy scoop ice cream she had to solve the riddle of chemistry. how to mix booze into ice cream and get it to freeze. >> the first recipe was a milkshake, which isn't bad. >>reporter: it's delicious. >> we wanted it to be a true ice cream. >>reporter: after dozens of tasty missteps she mixed up a batch with high butterfat froze. >> this is razz berry lemon cello sorbet. >>reporter: there are other ice cream possible -- popsicles in nine states. roosters wine ice cream is available in 20 states. >> reporter: the ice creams are unlikely to get you truly enough.(sot melissa tavvs) "this is kind of good for a post-break-up kind of treat."
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welcome back. we have been doing the morning show all week and it has been gross outside. >> it sure has. if you are trying to do your hair it will do the opposite of what you want. >> i walked outside and my hair. it is going to start to feel better later on this and not so much by tomorrow. so today temperatures rise close to 80. less humid as the afternoon goes on but then another cold front is on the way for tomorrow which is going to lead to a chance for showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon we want to get the umbrella handy tomorrow. good news. dryer air moves in. beautiful football weather. >> we are sure looking forward
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? >> quinn: look at them. right there. where everyone can see. steffy is married to my son. she shouldn't be draped all over liam like that. >> ivy: those two don't break easily. trust me, i know. >> quinn: i know, but... steffy is committed to wyatt. when they got married, she became his whole world, and she's disrespecting him. not just him but the vows that they made. you said you would be loyal to me, right? >> ivy: i meant it. >> quinn: okay, well, you owe me. i got you rehired back here at forrester. i-i gave you this hot new look that's gonna serve you well. >> ivy: quinn, i don't know if this fits me. i -- >> quinn: it's going to be great. you got to get used to it.


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